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Diamond in the Rough: Kyle Parker

March 20, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Kyle Parker is a 5’11, 198 lbs. linebacker from Brusly High School. He was rated a 10/10 on skill, and another 10/10 on vision as well. I first asked Parker how participating in athletics have […]

Diamond in the Rough: Ethan Bagwell

March 20, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Ethan Bagwell is a running back at East Ascension High School. One of the first questions I had for Bagwell was how he felt football has improved his academics. His response was, “Overall, it makes […]

Diamond in the Rough: Tyler Abshire

February 20, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Tyler Abshire is a 6’4, 180 pound quarterback from Cecilia High School. This class of 2020 quarterback knows what he brings to the table concerning his abilities; but, he also knows the areas which need […]

Catchin’ Up With The Cats

January 30, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Julius Johnson, junior linebacker, has been a commonly heard name on Saturdays for the Cats. Julius topped off his sophomore season with 86 tackles and a spot on American Southwest (ASC) Second Team All-Conference. But, […]

Diamond in the Rough: Charlie Norman

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Charlie Norman is a 5’8, 185-pound running back from the state’s well-known powerhouse, West Monroe High School. Since the age of five, football has been a part of Norman’s life. He told me that his […]

Diamond in the Rough: Ryan Mckenzie

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Ryan McKenzie is a 6’4, 304-pound offensive lineman from Welsh High School. Ryan told me that being a student athlete helped him handle the academic aspect of things. “I would push harder in academics”. Ryan […]

Diamond in the Rough: Gage Rapp

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Gage Rapp is a 5’11, 180-pound receiver from Sulphur High School. Academics are an essential component for playing any sport for any school. Gage believes football has helped him stay on top of academics throughout […]

Diamond in the Rough: Austyn Benoit

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Former Welsh’s quarterback, defensive back, wide receiver, and running back, Austyn Benoit, is a player who knows his way around the field on both sides of the ball. Austyn told me that one of his […]

Diamond in the Rough: Mitchell Lege

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Football has been a part of Mitchell’s life since he was four years old. The Iota defensive back was a member of the team that finished in the state semi-finals. During Mitchell’s four years at […]

Diamond in the Rough: Kelvin Smith

January 11, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Kelvin Smith is a 6’2, 300-pound offensive lineman for the Church Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Despite his team’s winless season, Smith’s impressive performance set him apart from other players in the state. I asked […]

Trust the Process, Nicholls State edition

January 10, 2019 Matt Guth 0
The famous Philadelphia 76ers motto over the past few years, “Trust the Process”, is something to which the Colonels can relate. Nicholls State University’s head coach Tim Rebowe was voted the top college coach in […]

Diamond in the Rough: Landon Moon

January 8, 2019 Matt Guth 0
Logansport’s quarterback, Landon Moon, is a guy who understands his strengths and his weaknesses. Getting a little more in depth, he told me he thinks his greatest strength is his deep ball. Once he told […]

Diamond in the Rough: Ben West

January 8, 2019 Matt Guth 0
  MVP of the Red Team for the Louisiana Gridiron Football All-Star bowl game was the Pineville Rebel’s quarterback, Ben West. Watching this guy in person at the game reminded me of Tim Tebow. The […]
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